Welcome to Siloso, a sunny haven where excitement takes precedence, over boredom. Home to the coolest bars and restaurants, Siloso, Singapore's hippest beach, is the beach to head to for fun-loving people – day and night.
Get into your favourite bikini and take a dip. Or simply bask in the sun and admire the other hot bods. Themed bars abound - you can surf a man-made wave or chill-out in a whirlpool bath on the beach. A host of dining options awaits with tempting all-day menus from exceptional bistros and restaurants.
Don't forget to try your hand at skim-boarding or kayaking, cycling, rollerblading or other exciting beach activities! After dark, Siloso really comes alive, with parties, music, lively bars and restaurants celebrating the beach lifestyle long into the night – every night.
Layout of Siloso Beach
As we welcome guests back to Sentosa, it is important that we ensure Sentosa remains safe for all guests. To ensure safe distancing while you enjoy the sun and sand, do note that entry into popular areas of Sentosa’s beaches will be regulated with effect from 25 July 2020:
Swimming at the beach can be tricky. Every beach has its own unique profile and hazards that you may need to look out for. Therefore, in order to have a hassle free and fabulous time at the beach, we have compiled some beach safety information. We hope that this helps you to be more aware of the possible dangers out at sea as well as how to avoid them.
As jellyfish have reportedly been sighted at our waters, guests are advised to be alert when swimming at our beaches. For your safety, please do not attempt to touch jellyfish if you see any, and alert other beach-goers and Sentosa’s on-ground Beach Patrol Officers (BPO) to its location. If stung, please do not rub the affected area nor use fingers to remove the tentacles. Please contact our on-ground BPOs for first-aid assistance or call 1800 RANGERS (1800 726 4377).
The safety and wellbeing of our guests are of paramount importance to us. We would like to assure guests that our BPOs are conducting regular surveillance of our beaches and waters.
Click here for more information on what to do when you encounter box jellyfish.